Powerful, 1000W, multi-use circular, plunge and track saw with aluminium gearbox housing and dust extraction facility. Maintains a constant speed under load and can be used as a plunge saw, portable hand saw or panel sizing saw. Supplied with TCT blade, guide rails and clamps.
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Customer Reviews for Scheppach PL45MM 145mm Plunge Saw 240V 2 x 800mm Guide Rails & Clamps
Review 1 for Scheppach PL45MM 145mm Plunge Saw 240V 2 x 800mm Guide Rails & Clamps
"purchased this 2 weeks ago to do a little job at home i was impressed straight away . it was del next day of which i rec a call 10 minutes after placing the order to advise it would be with me tom ..wow! great start it takes only minutes to get set up & running the stad 24z blade is for rough cutting only so i purchased a 48 z blade also.can i add no std blade will cut that awful conto board you need a dedicated blade to cut awful man made timbers. saw is noisy but no more than any other ive used. cust straight & true with a real feel of power even when cutting at full depth. ive since learned they sell a bigger version with a 55mm depth of cut & have sold this to a friend & bought that....well impressed"
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Review 2 for Scheppach PL45MM 145mm Plunge Saw 240V 2 x 800mm Guide Rails & Clamps
"It's a bit gruff & noisey - my old B&D circular saw is smoother & quieter. It cuts absolutely accurately on the rail but for conti the supplied blade is far too coarse - this is the 'reservation' bit - the 145mm blade appears to be unique to this machine, could only find one supplier - the original supplier (who supplies the machine to Screwfix) who had a replacement - a 48 tooth blade - a bit pricey @ £20 each! Even this still gives some break-out on the top face of conti. I've just build some shelves using the saw & had to plane out the the chips in the visible area's. Can't really comment on reliability as I've only used it for a few hours so far. Having not used expensive plunge saws, it does seem to be value for money."